students should review one another’s ‘muddy point’ and complete Step 4. Meaning revise or provide input on the original essay of a classmate. However do NOT focus on punctuation, grammar, syntax, tone, or other writing errors, but on answering your perspective of the muddy point (this may mean doing research on the muddy point to provide constructive input to clarify the topic). Replies may consider debatable points relative to your research or opinion on the muddy point. Students must make a **minimum of one reply** to another student’s muddy point. This is a peer-to-peer learning activity that requires critical thinking. Be constructive and replies may not (should not) simply agree with the original post, but offer further perspective on the muddy point to potentially clarify the sustainability concept further. If other students replied to the muddy point, further replies must build on the discussion.
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